There is a big difference on the feet when you want to roller skate after gaining much weight! I remember going to the roller rink 2 yrs ago and trying. Ouch. It is something I will look forward to trying again somewhere in Onederland. I am a fairly decent rink skater. I tried the inlines on the street after my last pregnancy. I could do it, but did not feel I had form. I think my butt stuck out as I did it. I also felt it more on my feet than I did on the 4 wheels. I am sure there is an equation for the weight on the feet vs type of shoe you wear. I know when it is summer and you either go barefoot on a hot surface or wear sandals, you are bound to get dry cracks. There is a science to that, too. I took real good care of my feet this summer by wearing the right shoe. I can't stand the feel of dry cracking feet when I put them into my bed!
Gotta take care of the piggies! They bear the weight of your body.
I remember seeing these charts:
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I am really liking egg white omelets. I can really make a large and tasty one at low calories AND low carbs. I could eat those all through the day. Especially like mushrooms with it...Wednesday, I included the salty pastrami. I went way over the sodium allowance on My Fitness Pal. I don't know why I thought that it would be any different from months ago when I did it. It is not a good deal to have something at 25 calories but then 750 mg of sodium. What was I thinking? 4 slices! I am working all day today to make up for that by drinking water and avoiding salt stuff.
Let's take a stand and keep our feet in the right direction!
Post edit: It was raining for two days here. I go and look outside to put the dogs out...blizzard. The snow now has covered the ground.